It is the policy of the ACLP that those in leadership roles, such as ACLP Board members, committee chairs and staff liaisons to committees, have clear expectations provided in the form of policy and position descriptions to provide an understanding of the roles and responsibilities required of each position.
Below is a description of each ACLP Board of Directors Position:
The President is the chief elected officer of ACLP and is responsible for the functioning of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee. The President shall exercise personal leadership in the motivation of other board members, committee chairs, committee members, and the general membership. The President oversees the establishment of goals and objectives for ACLP. The President shall act as spokesperson and leader for ACLP and shall work in partnership with the Executive Leader to achieve established annual goals and objectives. President requires 5-12 hours per week, including weekly calls with ACLP CEO and monthly calls with the executive committee
Roles, Responsibilities, and Authorities:
a. Term of office: one year.
b. Method of appointment:
8. Ad Hoc Responsibilities
See the full list of past ACLP Presidents
The President Elect is a key member of the President’s team and as such serves as a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee and assists the President in the performance of duties.